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SIXTY YEARS OF THE LIFE

OF

JEREMY LEVIS.

IN TWO VOLUMES.

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ARISTOPH.--Ranc.

VOL. II.

NEW YORK:

G. & C. & H. CARVILL, BROADWAY.

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“ Entered, according to act of Congress, in the year 1831, by G. & C. & H. Carvill, in the office of the Clerk of the Southern District of New York.”

Sleight & Robinson, Printers.

990

3 54-83

599.2

THE WEB OP OUR LIFE IS OF A MINGLED YARN, GOOD AND ILL TOGETHER ; QUR VIRTUES WOULD BE PROUD, IF OUR FAULTS WHIPPED THEM NOT; AND OUR CRIMES WOULD DESPAIR, IF THEY WERE NOT CHERISHED BY OUR VIRTUES.

All's Well that Ends Well.

CONTENTS OF THE SECOND VOLUME.

PAGE

11

19

CHAP. XXXIV. Jeremy succeeds to his uncle's for-

tune discovers that his uncle has gone down to

the

grave

with a smooth forehead,

CHAP. XXXV. A fit of filial piety.- Jeremy visits

his native village finds one of his parents no
longer able to meet his affection, and the other

fast verging to the same state. A death-bed,

CHAP. XXXVI. A funeral. Excessive amiability of

our nature,

CHAP. XXXVII. Jeremy becomes debauched – learns

that there are some persons, in whose estimation

wealth is not an equivalent for virtue,
CHAP. XXXVIII. Jeremy pays his court to rank,

and becomes a favourite with several dissipated
noblemen; but finds, to his mortification, he has

weight only in his pockets,
CHAP. XXXIX. An odd way of making an acquaint-

ance. Alice Smith. The reader is led into no

very respectable society. The coffin adventure,

CHAP. XL. The starving family,

CHAP. XLI. The game at cards,

CHAP. XLII. The duel,

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